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Re', P. (2021). Imaging the Sun. Sky's Up Global Astronomy Magazine, Volume III, September 2021 (pages 30-39)

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Great stuff! Well done Pedro!


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Looks great. Congratulations on a nice article, Pedro.

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Well done Pedro :bow :movie

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Thanks Mark, Stu & Alexandra

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Thanks Pedro for the insight to the magazine and your interesting article

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Thanks Terry


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Very nice Pedro! I'll certainly check this out!!

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Well done. Congratulations!


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Thanks James & Marios


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Well done Pedro, congrats.


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Pedro:
Thanks for your post.
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Dear Pedro,

I downloaded the article as a pdf file and will read your 10 page article carefully, every word later. Many thanks for your efforts.
Great effort and congratulations.

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